Three people are reportedly dead after an attack in Pakistan that saw insurgents set fire to about 20 oil tankers that were headed to Afghanistan to supply NATO forces. According a senior police official, “gunmen opened fire and then set on fire tankers parked on the roadside. It’s a big fire. We’re trying to control it.” The attacks will delay the re-opening of the Khyper Pass, which had been closed after a helicopter strike earlier this week that killed three Pakistani troops. The incident is the latest to highlight the seemingly growing tension between the U.S. and Pakistan.